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Due on: 04/09/2014
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Where did the interests of the United States and the Soviet Union initially come into conflict in Europe, and what was the result with each event?

In what specific smaller nations in Asia did communist dictatorship and western democracy conflict, what major nations sponsored them, and why?

How did confrontation for world dominance, between the United States and the Soviet Union, gradually evolve into coexistence, as the United States pursued improved relations with Communist China?

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